|Bid||26.91 x 1400|
|Ask||27.01 x 800|
|Day's Range||26.01 - 26.38|
|52 Week Range||21.51 - 30.91|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.03|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.66%|
Chinese Indexes Fall while Indian Indexes Rise TodayNo end in sight?Yesterday, the Shanghai Composite gained even though the trade war seemed to be intensifying with Trump adding Huawei to the banned companies’ list. Department of Treasury data
May 16 Update: Trade War Turns to Treasuries and HuaweiTrade War escalatesThe trade war between the US and China is getting nastier. Yesterday, President Trump signed an executive order prohibiting US companies from using communication technology
Most APAC Markets Recover on US Optimism, China's Stimulus HopesChinese stocks gainMarkets eased today as President Donald Trump called the US-China trade war “a little squabble” and tweeted that the deal would happen “much faster than people
With the Dow Jones Industrial Average off by roughly 2.25%, the S&P 500 down by 2.3%, and Nasdaq Composite down over 3%, President Trump announced that the latest round of retaliatory tariffs declared by China on Monday put the United States in an excellent position, and represent “a very positive step” in the ongoing trade negotiations. China responded Monday to President Donald Trump’s latest barb in the trade war between the world’s two largest economies by threatening to hike tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods to as high as 25%. The retaliatory moves by the Chinese followed the Trump administration’s move Friday to increase duties on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25% from 10%.
May 13 Update: Inconclusive Trade Talks Take Asian Stocks DownRecovery followed by a fallAfter recovering spectacularly by over 3% on May 10, the Shanghai Composite Index fell again today—its third loss in the last five trading days. The
APAC: Will It Be Endgame or an Infinity War for Trump and Liu?Rise of the fallenThis week was brutal for Chinese and Hong Kong markets until May 9. It all started with President Donald Trump’s tweets on May 5 announcing tariffs on $200 billion
Regarding the latest breakdown in trade deal negotiations with China, U.S. President Donald Trump said the latest tariff threats were a necessity given that China "broke the deal." President Trump's latest comments came while speaking at a rally in Florida. The reason for the China pullback & attempted renegotiation of the Trade Deal is the sincere HOPE that they will be able to “negotiate” with Joe Biden or one of the very weak Democrats, and thereby continue to ripoff the United States (($500 Billion a year)) for years to come.... China responded to the latest tariff threats by U.S. President Donald Trump by promising to take “necessary countermeasures” if the Trump administration follows through on its threat to increase tariffs on Chinese goods this Friday.
With two tweets, and some tongue wagging from his staff, President Donald Trump threw a hatchet in the stock market rally this week, triggering fears that the trade war with China may not be resolved as expected. Complicating matters are Iranian threats to alter a nuclear treaty that limited its weapon-grade uranium enrichment production unless some trade restrictions are eased. Anyone who feels compelled to take action should consider monetizing the fear that now defines the options market.
U.S. President Donald Trump's tweeting paved the way for investors to purchase China-focused exchange-traded funds at a discount. “What Trump did this weekend was give investors an opportunity – it opened up the door,” said ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon during an appearance on Varney & Co on Fox Business Network on Monday. “Chinese stocks are down 7% (overnight).
Futures Bounce on Liu He Visit News of a visit to the United States by Chinese Vice Premier Liu He has caused a futures bounce in US and Chinese markets. He (the Liu one) will visit the US for trade talks in what may hopefully salvage collapsing negotiations after Trump threatened to jack up tariffs […]The post Market Morning: China Bounce, Water Stocks, Brexit Customs Union, CBD Goes Golfing appeared first on Market Exclusive.
China country-specific exchange traded funds receive a pommeling, with China A-shares experiencing their worst session in over three years, Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted he would raise tariffs ...
While most investors might have been driven away by the red prices in emerging markets (EM) during much of 2018, savvy investors who were quick to see the opportunity viewed EM as a substantial markdown. From a fundamental standpoint, low price-to-earnings ratios in emerging markets ETFs have made them prime value plays as capital inflows continue in 2019. Ongoing U.S.-China trade negotiations and geopolitical tensions put emerging markets in a state of unease in 2018, but investors can now look to their resurgence through other broad-exposure ETFs like the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM) or iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (IEMG) .
Investing overseas requires a lot of strategic planning, especially given the vast array of opportunities. That’s where the assistance of market experts like Luke Oliver, Head of U.S. ETF Capital Markets ...
During a media call, Oliver offered his thoughts on how investors can best navigate the international markets given the number of challenges on the horizon, such as slowing global growth. Oliver also cited China as one of the primary reasons for sustaining global growth. Of course, it's difficult to talk international investing to an investor without mentioning the world's second largest economy.
China country-specific exchange traded funds climb after Beijing announces a handful of official economic data points that topped expectations, including the widely anticipated gross domestic product numbers. On Wednesday, the VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC SME-ChiNext ETF (CNXT) advanced 1.8% and Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF (ASHR) rose 0.8%. Along with the broader positive economic growth trends, industrial production increased to a much better-than-expected 8.5% year-over-year in the month of March, its fastest pace since July 2014, and beating out the 5.9% expected rate.
For exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) has been a dietary staple for many years. After posting $4.1 billion of outflows during the first quarter, SPY, the largest ETF that tracks the S&P 500, attracted more than $5.3 billion of inflows to start the second quarter. "It's the bellwether of all ETFs," said ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon. "Because it's the biggest, the spreads between the bid and the ask are really, really tight," said Lydon.
China exchange traded funds (ETFs) slumped Monday following news that index provider MSCI Inc. is postponing the transition MSCI All China Indexes to the MSCI China All Shares Indexes for nearly six months. ETFs focusing on China A-shares, the stocks trading on mainland China, slipped Monday. The VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC CSI 300 ETF (CNXT) , KraneShares Bosera MSCI China A ETF (KBA) and the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF (ASHR) all traded lower by more than 2% in early Monday trading.
China stocks are coming back from a dismal 2018, during which the biggest ETFs tracking Chinese equities lost between 11% and 36%.
China A-Shares ETFs trumped the S&P 500 in Q1 and this is just the beginning of the China A-Shares ETF rally as a host of tailwinds are prevailing.
With the books closing on the first quarter of 2019, it’s been a strong start for U.S. equities–the Dow Jones Industrial is up 12.56 percent through Monday’s close, the S&P 500 is up 14.37 percent and ...
We are presenting a bunch of top performing ETFs of the first quarter with a solid Zacks ETF Rank 1 or 2 which are expected to outperform in the quarter ahead.
Activity in China's manufacturing sector saw an uptick during the month of March, helping to ease fears of a global economic slowdown and boosted exchange-traded funds (ETFs) like the VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC CSI 300 ETF (PEK) , VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC SME-ChiNext ETF (CNXT) and the iShares China Large-Cap ETF (FXI). While ongoing trade negotiations between the U.S. and China have the capital markets eagerly anticipating a tangible trade deal, stimulus measures by the Chinese government to prop up the domestic economy are starting to take its effect. All in all, Wall Street is looking at the Chinese government’s latest efforts as a plus for its economy and a boon for China ETFs.
Chinese bonds made their debut on the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index on Monday--a move that would give investors more access to China's $13 trillion bond market. "Today marks an important milestone as China's capital markets continue to find their place in the global investment mainstream," said Justin Chan, HSBC's co-head of global markets in Asia Pacific. China is becoming less resistant to safeguarding its businesses, which will open the pathways to more foreign investment. China ETFs have also been the beneficiaries of index provider MSCI Inc. announcing recently that it would quadruple its weighting of large-cap Chinese shares in its benchmark indexes.